Villa De Angelis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... limestone, only island in the area that isn't volcanic
Difference between high & low tide is 1 foot
White cave - beautiful limestone grow (looks like poor knights), stalactites & stalagmites
Lovers Arch - apparently if you kiss while going through then your marriage will be really strong
Blue grotto - people line prices for hours to get into a small dingy (where you have to lie flat to get in the entrance) to see a blue light ...
Left our hotel and headed to Charles Degaulle airport heading for Sorrento Italy. Got there in time only once again another delay by an hour. Had breakfast at airport microwaved quiche and croissants, oh yuck but filled a hole. Finally loaded onto Easy Jet (Based out of Napoli) sat in row 1, had 2 male flight attendants and they told us all about Napoli and that Italy as a country is only 150 years old. Left Paris as it was raining and arrived in ...
We had a lie in and a late breakfast, then took the shuttle into Sorrento. The views from our hotel are amazing; its just a pity we haven't had clear sunny weather to appreciate it - yet. We wandered to.......a cafe and had coffee and lovely cakes, just to keep us going till lunch! We wandered down through the town till we came to a surprising little harbour with fishing huts small restaurants and bars. We chose the five sisters and had sardines. ...
... here but it turned out to be lemonade from a bottle. Great food even if the waiters were busy watching football.
Back towards the hotel. Andy spotted a church with traditional nativity scene for people to look at. Massive with the religious part being very small. Houses and trees with lots of people in it lots of the smaller sections like we'd seen for sale in Naples.
Three games of backgammon before bedtime, all of which Sarah won.
... boarded the train at the airport in Pisa we got on the first car, which then happen to be the last car when we entered the Florence train station. With only a few minutes to make the connection, we made a mad dash, check the board to see what track our train was leaving from and get there only to see our train pulling away. No problemo, remember this is an adventure! There are desks with agents right at the tracks, so I am assuming this happens often. It ...